It seems like Mother Nature is taking some violent turns as a giant iceberg drifts towards South Georgia in the South Atlantic. Scientists have also determined that a likely collision could severely affect wildlife by threatening the food chain.
A devastating iceberg could cause problems and collide with South Georgia Island!
This event was recorded earlier as scientists have been watching this climate-related event for a long time. They recorded additional details about the iceberg, along with its size and shape from Jamaica, which has evolved and evolved over two years since it was demolished from the Antarctic Peninsula in July 2017.
In addition, the peninsula is one of the fastest warming places on earth, recording a record temperature of 20.75 degrees Celsius on February 9th.
The world’s largest iceberg is approaching a collision with the British island of South Georgia in the South Atlantic. Grounding the mountain, which is 95 miles long and 30 miles wide, could endanger king and macaroni penguins, among others [RAF img] https://t.co/ePOdT5fHMP
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Scientists have further explained the dangers.
The warming concerns that scientists have been talking about over melting ice and the collapse are leading to higher sea levels around the world. The giant iceberg known as the A68a is said to be on its way to collide with South Georgia Island. While the dangers ahead are quite severe, scientists have also tried to see if there is any way they can be avoided.
In a remote British overseas territory off the southern tip of South America. However, the fact of whether this dangerous collision is days or weeks away is still unclear as the iceberg has become faster and slower according to ocean currents along the way, as Geraint Tarling, a British Antarctic biological oceanographer, notes on who’s surveyed followed the icy mass. While the likelihood of a collision is great enough, the currents can be avoided from carrying the iceberg past the island.